If you’ll step into the Wayback Machine, Mr. Peabody will set the date for late January of 2014. Once there, the first thing you’ll notice is screaming, wailing and gnashing of teeth as gun owners from Portland to Port St. Lucie get the word that the new GLOCK single stack 9mm they’d been clamoring for […]
What does a Texas rancher carry when he’s out riding fences or doing whatever else it is ranchers that do on a daily basis? How about a Smith & Wesson Model 686? That’s Kevin Kreutzer’s choice along with another certified classic, a Buck 110 Folding Hunter pocket knife. Carried in a Galco Dual Action Outdoorsman holster […]
The presence of Field Notes in a lot of carriers’ EDC pics has become a running gag around here. But Scot from Sacramento ain’t packing no hipster notebook when he goes out and about. Along with his trusty Smith & Wesson M&P9 SHIELD EDC pistol, he slips a good old-fashioned composition book in his pocket […]
Just as Festus Haggan did back in Dodge City, our modern day Festus, who lives in Hotlanta, totes a revolver. But while Marshal Dillon and his deputy might be surprised by the Ruger LCR’s short barrel, they’d no doubt appreciate its superior double action trigger. The LCR has one of the best bangswitches in the […]
It takes a good gun belt and holster to make carrying a full-size steel pistol around all day comfortable. Kevin Kreutzer’s SIG SAUER P226 Mk25 tips the scales at a beefy 34oz. That’s government 1911 territory, but the Mk25 gives you at least 15 rounds of 9mm protection. That’s a feature lots of gun owners […]
Do you remember your first concealed carry pistol? Iowan Jacob Roy just got his. Now that he’s 21 and secured his government permission slip, he ran right out and bought the himself a light, slim, summer-carry-friendly GLOCK 42 that he carries in a T. Rex Arms Raptor appendix carry rig. Welcome to the club, Jacob.
There are those who prefer to pack a light, single stack polymer gun and there are those who are much more comfortable packing something made of steel that packs more of a ballistic punch. And while the .357 Taurus Model 617 SS2 is pocketable, D Rainey Hoopes Jr prefers the more comfortable OWB option in a Tagua […]